The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 18, 1965 · Page 19
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 19

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 18, 1965
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Carol Mar^dref Angel Is Bride of Kenosha Attorney St. Rita's Church was the setting for the marriage of Carol Margaret Angel and Carl M. Greco Saturday during an 11 a.m. ceremony with —B. Artin-Halg MRS. CARL M. GRECO (Carol M. Angel) the Rev. Edwin Haeussler, O.S.A., officiating. The former Miss Angel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Angel of 1701 4 Mile Road. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Greco of Kenosha. The bride attended Mount Mary College and her husband is a June graduate of Marquette University Law School and is associated with Joling andSchwartz Law Firm in Kenosha. He is an>affiliate of Phi Delta Phi fraternity. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an empire styled gown of chalk white silk organza over taffeta. The A-line floor^ length skirt featured hand clipped rose point lace appliques caught with seed pearls. A lace train which fell from her shoulders into a flowing court train also formed the bell sleeves. A matching Chanel bow caught with seed pearls and rock crystal held her bouffant silk illusion veil and she carried a presentation bouquet of white.roses. Ann Angel, the bride's sister, was maid of honor and Dorothy Lindstrom of Kenosha was bridesmaid. Both were attired in shocking pink crepe empire styled gowns. The floor length costumes featured flowing back panels and short sleeves. Each wore a matching bow headpiece with a short bouffant veil and carried a presentation bouquet of shocking and light pink daisies. A brother of the bridegroom, Alfred A. Greco was best man and Nicholas Covelli of Mundelein, 111., the bridegroom's cousin was an attendant. A brother of the bride, William Angel Jr. and a cousin of the bridegroom, Leo Venturini, ushered. Mrs. Angel chose a blue silk suit with blue accessories for her daughter's wedding. She wore a corsage of white daisies. Mrs. Greco was dressed in a pale blue knit suit with white accessories and a corsage of white daisies. Following a luncheon reception for several hundred guests at Meadowbrook Town and Country Club, the bridal couple left on a wqdding trip to the Wagon Wheel at Rockton, 111., and to Chicago. Upon their return the Grecos will be at home at 1704 50th St. in Kenosha. Concordia Senior, David Gosewisch, Takes Lorraine Vash as Bride —Vester-Dlck Photo MRS. KENNETH WAGSTAFF t (Diane Anderson) Diane Anderson Becomes Bride in California Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Anderson of San Carlos, Calif, formerly of Racine, announce the marriage of their daughter, Diane Marion, to Kenneth J. Wagstaff. The ceremony, performed by Dr Phillip Barrett of San Jose took place June 26 in Messiah Lutheran Church of Santa Cruz, Calif. , The reception afterward took place in the gardens at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Wagstaff of Santa Cruz, parents of the bridegroom. The bride, escorted by her father, wore a floor length white peau taffeta gown and a waist length illusion mantilla with lace applique. Her bouquet was of gardenias, yellow rosebuds and stephanotis. Elaine Anderson, maid of honor for her sister, was in summer gold satin and the bridesmaids, Lynn Tanger and Jill Bartels, both Milwaukee cousins of the bride, in pastel yellow satin. They wore white lace gloves and held nosegays of carnations and yellow rosebuds. Attending the bridegroom were his brother, John Wagstaff, as best man with anoth er brother, Alexander Wagstaff, and Hale Prother as ushers. Two former classmates of the bride at San Jose State College, Mrs. James Wheeler, violinist, and Marianna Voorhees, vocalist, participated in the ceremony. The bride is a teacher in elementary education at San Jose. Her husband, an alumnus of California University, Berkeley, is working toward his master 's degree at San Francisco State College. Kaye-Christy's Q Open Moiie 'til IN UPTOWN Grandfather Is a Grad DAYTON, Ohio — (JP) — Joseph Zusman has finally finished college — 35 years after he started. Zusman, 56, was graduated this spring from the University of Dayton with a bachelor of arts degree and a brand new career in view. Now a grandfather and the president of a furniture company, Zusman's education was interrupted in 1930 because of the depression. He now plans to leave the running of the furniture store to his family and become a full-time social worker. "I hope to spend the rest of my life contributing something to my fellow man," he says. Christopher Ramig and Linda Hansche Linda Hansche to Be August Bride Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hansche, 3937 Lathrop Road, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Linda Naomi, to Christopher John Ramig. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Christ J. Ramig, 3301 Spring St. The couple is planning an Aug. 28 wedding. The bride-elect, a student at Carthage College, will transfer to the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the fall. She is majoring in languages and is a member of Pi Theta sorority. Her fiance, in pre-law at the university, is affiliated with Delta Upsilon fraternity. Bible Church Setting for Boese Wedding After a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Steven Boese (June Carole Charbogian) are residing at 3030 Gilson St. Their wedding took place June 26, —Nicholsons' Photo MRS. PAUL BOESE (June Charbogian) 4:30 p.m., in the Racine Bible Church with the Rev. Philip Whisenhunt officiating. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Charbogian, 5111 Darby Place. The bridegroom is the son of Duane Boese, 451 Carlton Drive. Appearing on the arm of her father, the bride wore a traditional floor length gown of organza over taffeta and an open crown pillbox with bouffant veiling. She carried a cascade of white roses, stephanotis and ivy. Sharon Charbogian, the bride's sister, was maid of honor in a maize georgette ensemble over taffeta in floor length style, and a matching taffeta bow headpiece with a bustle veil. Bridesmaids, Nancy and Cynthia Charbog­ ian, also sisters, were in replicas of the honor attendant's costume but in blue and pink, respectively. They carried cascades of yellow and pink roses with blue- tinted carnations. The bridegroom's brother, Jon Boese, was best man and groomsmen were Wayne Hammer and Mark Charbog­ ian, the bride's brother. Ushers were Ronald Jensen and Dave Valley. The bride's mother was attired in an aqua crepe-detailed dress with matching and white accessories. Her corsage was of pink roses and white carnations. A buffet dinner was held at the YWCA. Prior to the wedding a kitchen shower was held for the bride by Mrs. Peter Char­ bogian, her aunt. A linen shower was held by Mrs. Jon Boese, and a personal shower honoring the bride was presented by the maid of honor. Zion Lutheran Church was the scene of the July 10 wedding of Lorraine Julia Vash and David Allen Gosewisch. Officiating at the 4 p.m. cere mony was the Rev. Thomas Moen. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Ronald Ellas Residing Here After Wedding Ronald George Ello and his bride, the former Evelyn Jean Koss, are residing at 2319 De- Koven Ave., after repeating wedding vows June 19 in Redeemer Lutheran Church. Officiating at the 1:30 p.m. ceremony was the Rev. Byron P. Wallschlaeger. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. Koss, 1635 Ellis Ave. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Ello, 2436 Durand Ave. Appearing on her father's John A. Vash, 1844 Blake Ave., will attend Moorhead State College in Moorhead, Minn., in the fall. Her husband, a senior at Concordia College in Moorhead, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gosewisch, Montgomery, Minn. Escorted by her brother, John A. Vash, the bride chose a gown of peau de sole with scoop neckline, empire basque and three-quarter length sleeves. A controlled skirt cascaded into a sweeping train. Her headpiece and veil were designed and made by the bridegroom's father. She carried a cascade of gardenias, stephanotis and ivy. Maid of honor and bridesmaid, respectively, were Dorothy Richardson of Minneapolis and Mrs. Robert Scharlau, the bridegroom's sister of Arcadia. They were attired in floor length ensembles of coral organza over taffeta with empire basques and elbow length sleeves. They carried cascades of tropicana roses, white carnations and ivy. Noboru Sawai of Minneapolis was best man, and Robert Scharlau of Arcadia was groomsman. Ushering the guests were Ronald Huber, Richard Effenberger and Ted Bidwell. The bride's mother wore an aqua sheath jacket dress of lace over taffeta with matching accessories. Mrs. Gosewisch chose a three piece pink silk shantung suit with matching accessories for her son's wedding. Each mother had a corsage of white carnations and pink roses. A buffet supper was served in the church immediately after ceremonies. —Charles Studio MRS. RONALD ELLO (Evelyn Koss) arm, the bride wore a traditional gown of Rachelle lace and a lace, pearl and crystal headpiece with silk illusion veiling. She carried white carnations and roses. Mrs. Robert Hansen, the Ibride's aunt, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Karen Thompson, Sandy Koss, both cousins of the bride, and Diane Ello, the bridegroom's sister. They wore floor length gowns of pink chiffon over taffeta and carried matching carnations and roses. Patti Pedicone, cousin of the bride, was flower girl in a mina- ture bridal costume. Best man was Donald Kenny. Ronald Sommer and Donald Thompson, cousins of the bride, were groomsmen. Junior groomsman and ring bearer were Dennis Ello, a brother, and Mike Westenberg, respectively. Mike Chasar and Joseph Mahdik, uncles of the bridegroom, were ushers. For the wedding and reception, held at Sokol Hall, the bride's mother appeared in a pink chiffon sheath ensemble. Mother of the bridegroom chose an aqua sheath of lace. Sunday, July 18, 1965 RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN 3B Freiberg-Tostrud Nuptials Take Place in Trinity Church The marriage of Gail Tostrud and David Lee Freiberg, both 1965 graduates of Concordia College in River Forest, 111., took place July 10 in Trinity Lutheran Church with the Rev. Ernst J. C. Jehn of- Suede goes sophisticate For the woman who has an instinct' for elegance The look is smart. . . the mood dramatic . . . incomparable luxury is yours in graceful suede . . . excitingly collared and tiered in fox. Sizes 8 to 16. 190 i95 Sixth ot Villa Carol Krasowski Plans Wedding The engagement of Carol Jean Krasowski to Jack James Zerovec is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Krasowski of 9437 Spring St. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zerovec of Kenosha. The couple plans to be married in February. —Samuel's Portinlt MRS. DAVID FREIBERG (Gail Tostrud) ficiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard L. Tostrud of 3112 Southwood Drive, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Freiberg of Wausau. After a trip to northern Wisconsin and Minnesota, the young Freibergs will make their home in New Orleans, La., where the bridegroom will be director of education and minister of music at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, and his wife will teach first grade at St. John's School on Canal Street. As an undergraduate, the bridegroom was a member of the Concordia A Cappella Choir, and for the wedding service, eight soloists of the choir formed an ensemble to sing three special arrangements. The organist was Prof. Thomas Gieschen of the Concordia faculty. The bride, escorted by her father, appeared in a gown of satinized peau de sole, simply styled, with fitted bodice, long sleeves and chapel train. The gown was scalloped from neckline to hemline, with each scallop bearing an applique of Alencon lace. Her shoulder length bouffant veil was caught to a petal headpiece twined with lilies of the valley and iridescent crystals. She carried a cascade arrangement of white roses and ivy, Joyce Tostrud was maid of honor for her sister and another sister, Kathleen Tostrud, served as bridesmaid with Kristine Hoesman of Lansing, Mich., the bride's college roommate, and Sharon Holtz. The instep-length, A-line gowns of the bridal aides were of topaline yellow peau de sole, banded in ivy green velvet. The empire bodices had square-cut necklines. The aides wore necklaces of green velvet ribbon, mounted with gold crosses and chains, and carried bouquets of white Shasta daisies. Their matching topaline headpieces had flat bows and brief veils. Tom Sandfort of St. Louis was the best man. Serving as groomsmen were the bridegroom's brothers, Alan and Jay Freiberg, and their cousin, Gary Freiberg. Ushers were Keith Rosche and Phillip Giese. The wedding preceded a reception and buffet in the Trinity school hall, and an evening lawn party for relatives, out-of-town guests and the bridal party at the Tostrud home. The bride's mother wore a turquoise sheath of nylon over silk with matching embroidered detail, and a matching turquoise pillbox. The bridegroom's mother was in a sheath of pink silk crepe with matching overblouse and hat. Both had gardenia corsages. DRIP-DRY GOWNS You will be wise to put away your nylon nightgowns for the summer and buy y6ur- self some drip-dry cotton gowns. They are cooler for sleeping and they come •with pretty lace and ribbon trim. BESTE BEAUTY Servmg you With 5 EXCELLENT HAIR STYLISTS Jennie Wensing Pennie Christiansen Judy Delcore Cindy Honsen Ruby Smith The Newest and Loitit in Hair Styling XJ^^^ Res- 5795 MACHINE Rrco "ndYt"n ''„T8h\^^^^ $15.00 / PERMANENTS I BE SITE BEAUTY SALOIM <» 305 Main St. Myr. 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